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## Customary and Metric Conversions

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**Customary and Metric Conversions**1. Ryan invited 8 friends to his party. He bought enough soda so that he and his friends can each drink 400 milliliters. If he can only buy 1-liter bottles, how many liters of soda did he buy?**Customary and Metric Conversions**1. Ryan invited 8 friends to his party. He bought enough soda so that he and his friends can each drink 400 milliliters. If he can only buy 1-liter bottles, how many liters of soda did he buy? Ryan + 8 friends = 9 people**Customary and Metric Conversions**1. Ryan invited 8 friends to his party. He bought enough soda so that he and his friends can each drink 400 milliliters. If he can only buy 1-liter bottles, how many liters of soda did he buy? 9 x 400 =**Customary and Metric Conversions**1. Ryan invited 8 friends to his party. He bought enough soda so that he and his friends can each drink 400 milliliters. If he can only buy 1-liter bottles, how many liters of soda did he buy? 9 x 400 = 3,600 milliliters**Customary and Metric Conversions**1. Ryan invited 8 friends to his party. He bought enough soda so that he and his friends can each drink 400 milliliters. If he can only buy 1-liter bottles, how many liters of soda did he buy? 9 x 400 = 3,600 milliliters Use STEPS to find out how places to shift the decimals point**Convert**From milliliters to liters Shift 3 places to left. KIlo Hecto Deka Unit Deci Centi Mili**Customary and Metric Conversions**1. Ryan invited 8 friends to his party. He bought enough soda so that he and his friends can each drink 400 milliliters. If he can only buy 1-liter bottles, how many liters of soda did he buy? 3,600 divided by 1,000 = 3.6 liters Therefore he would have to buy 4 liters to have enough for everyone.**Customary and Metric Conversions**2. The distance between the soccer field and the baseball park is 135 feet. What is the length in yards?**Customary and Metric Conversions**2. The distance between the soccer field and the baseball park is 135 feet. What is the length in yards? There are 3 feet in each yard We are going from feet to yards We will divide by 3**Customary and Metric Conversions**2. The distance between the soccer field and the baseball park is 135 feet. What is the length in yards? 135 divided by 3 = __________**Customary and Metric Conversions**2. The distance between the soccer field and the baseball park is 135 feet. What is the length in yards? 135 divided by 3 = 45**Customary and Metric Conversions**3. Leah is 53 inches tall. Her brother is 5 inches taller than she is. What is Luke’s height in feet and inches?**Customary and Metric Conversions**3. Leah is 53 inches tall. Her brother is 5 inches taller than she is. What is Luke’s height in feet and inches? 53 inches + 5 inches = ______ inches**Customary and Metric Conversions**3. Leah is 53 inches tall. Her brother is 5 inches taller than she is. What is Luke’s height in feet and inches? 53 inches + 5 inches = ______ inches 58**Customary and Metric Conversions**3. Leah is 53 inches tall. Her brother is 5 inches taller than she is. What is Luke’s height in feet and inches? 53 inches + 5 inches = ______ inches 58 divided by 12 inches = _______ R ______ 58**Customary and Metric Conversions**3. Leah is 53 inches tall. Her brother is 5 inches taller than she is. What is Luke’s height in feet and inches? 53 inches + 5 inches = ______ inches 58 divided by 12 inches = 4 R. 10 or 4 feet, 10 inches 58**Customary and Metric Conversions**4. Don uses 64 inches of ribbon to make 1 bow. How many yards of ribbon does Don need to make 6 bows?**Customary and Metric Conversions**4. Don uses 64 inches of ribbon to make 1 bow. How many yards of ribbon does Don need to make 6 bows? 6 bows x 64 inches =**Customary and Metric Conversions**4. Don uses 64 inches of ribbon to make 1 bow. How many yards of ribbon does Don need to make 6 bows? 6 bows x 64 inches = 384 inches**Customary and Metric Conversions**4. Don uses 64 inches of ribbon to make 1 bow. How many yards of ribbon does Don need to make 6 bows? 6 bows x 64 inches = 384 inches There are 36 inches in a yard.**Customary and Metric Conversions**4. Don uses 64 inches of ribbon to make 1 bow. How many yards of ribbon does Don need to make 6 bows? 6 bows x 64 inches = 384 inches There are 36 inches in a yard. 384 divided by 36 =**Customary and Metric Conversions**4. Don uses 64 inches of ribbon to make 1 bow. How many yards of ribbon does Don need to make 6 bows? 6 bows x 64 inches = 384 inches There are 36 inches in a yard. 384 divided by 36 = 10 R 24**Customary and Metric Conversions**4. Don uses 64 inches of ribbon to make 1 bow. How many yards of ribbon does Don need to make 6 bows? 6 bows x 64 inches = 384 inches There are 36 inches in a yard. 384 divided by 36 = 10 R 24 10 yards, 24 inches**Customary and Metric Conversions**4. Don uses 64 inches of ribbon to make 1 bow. How many yards of ribbon does Don need to make 6 bows? So Don will need 11 yards to finish the project.**Customary and Metric Conversions**5. Mrs. Ronald has 64 bottles of water. If each bottle holds 1 pint of water, how many gallons of water does Mrs. Ronald have?**Customary and Metric Conversions**5. Mrs. Ronald has 64 bottles of water. If each bottle holds 1 pint of water, how many gallons of water does Mrs. Ronald have? There are 8 pints in a gallon**Customary and Metric Conversions**5. Mrs. Ronald has 64 bottles of water. If each bottle holds 1 pint of water, how many gallons of water does Mrs. Ronald have? There are 8 pints in a gallon 64 divided by 8 =**Customary and Metric Conversions**5. Mrs. Ronald has 64 bottles of water. If each bottle holds 1 pint of water, how many gallons of water does Mrs. Ronald have? There are 8 pints in a gallon 64 divided by 8 = 8 gallons**Customary and Metric Conversions**6. Briar filled 60 glasses with kool-aid for the camp’s supper. If each glass holds 1 cup of kool-aid, how many quarts of kool-aid did Briar use?**Customary and Metric Conversions**6. Briar filled 60 glasses with kool-aid for the camp’s supper. If each glass holds 1 cup of kool-aid, how many quarts of kool-aid did Briar use? There are 4 cups in one quart. 60 divided by 4 =**Customary and Metric Conversions**6. Briar filled 60 glasses with kool-aid for the camp’s supper. If each glass holds 1 cup of kool-aid, how many quarts of kool-aid did Briar use? There are 4 cups in one quart. 60 divided by 4 = 15 quarts**Customary and Metric Conversions**7. Lorraine’s backpack has a mass of 10,000 grams. What is the mass of her backpack in kilograms?**Customary and Metric Conversions**7. Lorraine’s backpack has a mass of 10,000 grams. What is the mass of her backpack in kilograms? Use STEPs From grams to kilograms Shift decimal point to the left 3 places**Customary and Metric Conversions**7. Lorraine’s backpack has a mass of 10,000 grams. What is the mass of her backpack in kilograms? 10 kilograms**Convert**8. 566 mm = ____________ cm KIlo Hecto Deka Unit Deci Centi Mili**Convert**8. 566 mm = ____________ cm KIlo Hecto 56.6 cm Deka Unit Deci Centi Mili**Convert**9. 7.86 L = ____________ mL KIlo Hecto Deka Unit Deci Centi Mili**Convert**9. 7.86 L = ____________ mL KIlo 7,860 mL Hecto Deka Unit Deci Centi Mili**Convert**10. 970 cg = ____________ g KIlo Hecto Deka Unit Deci Centi Mili**Convert**10. 970 cg = ____________ g KIlo Hecto 9.7 g Deka Unit Deci Centi Mili**Convert**11. 5 miles = ____________ yds.**Convert**11. 5 miles = ____________ yds. 5 x 1,760 yards = ____________**Convert**12. 3 gal = ___________ c 3 x 16 = _________**Convert**13. 128 floz = ___________ qt**Convert**13. 128 floz = ___________ qt 128 divided by 32 = _____**Convert**14. 6 lbs = ____________ oz**Convert**14. 6 lbs = ____________ oz 6 x 16 = ________**Convert**15. 4 yds = ____________ in**Convert**15. 4 yds = ____________ in 4 x 36 = __________